Bundle Offer: Wonder, Boy-Tales of a Childhood, Going Solo, Animal Farm, Godless.
5% of the sale will be donated to a children’s charity.
August is ten years old who likes to do normal things that other ten year olds do. He likes ice cream and riding his bike. He plays baseball and has an Xbox, however 27 operations later, he will never look normal.
Things are tough for August and his family. His protective, big sister, Via boils with angry when people stare. His parents love him unconditionally yet cannot help but argue about whether August is ready to attend middle school.
Find out if August attends school and how Via helps Auggie to grow up.
Boy:Tales of a childhood -
Boy is the story of Roald Dahl's own boyhood. It includes visits to various sweet-shops and memories of eatting chocolate. As a boy, Roald Dahl came across a fair few mean old ladies and knew of the Great Mouse Plot.
This book was the inspiration behind many of Dahl's other stories.
Tells of how Roald Dahl left for Africa in his youth and undertook a series of dangerous adventures. From tales of plane crashes to surviving snake bites, why not read more about his life before he became one of the worlds finest storytellers.
Having fought to get rid of their human master, the animals residing on Manor Farm were looking forward to a life of freedom. But as a group of elite animals take control, it is not long before the other animals find themselves trapped in the old ways once again.
Jason, a 15-year old, free thinking young man, who is fed up with following his parents religion and decides to invent a new religion, Chutengodianism, worshipping the towns water tower. Jason quickly convinces several of his friends and a few others he did not expect to encounter, to join his newly found religion.
Is Jason able to maintain and grow his new religion, while his father is sending him to weekly teen power meetings?
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